7.30pm (NZST) Wednesday February 21, 2024
It is vital that early childhood settings are rights-focused, mana-enhancing spaces for all children and their families, especially those who have specific and complex needs. Kate McAnelly will share the findings of her research into disability and inclusion, and how early childhood centres can create a culture of inclusion that supports the wellbeing, learning, and engagement of all children.
Dr Kate McAnelly is an early childhood kaiako and the Lead Practitioner at Tūranga mō ngā Mokopuna, an educational consultancy in Ōtepoti Dunedin. Her PhD research explored how early childhood settings can support the active participation and learning of tamariki takiwātanga/autistic children.
A recording of this webinar will be available after the session.